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International Business

Saskatchewan is one of Canada's leading agri-food exporters with international sales of $14.4 billion in 2016. Exports in the province's key sectors (oilseeds, pulses, cereal grains and edible oils) total more than $1.5 billion each. Saskatchewan markets are highly diversified, with exports of more than $200 million to each of 13 different countries, including the United States, China, India, Japan and Mexico.

Saskatchewan is committed to supporting the expansion and development of industries in the province, from primary production to the export and marketing of value-added products.

Our province is particularly well-suited for the production of numerous agricultural commodities thanks to a combination of:

  • Our natural advantages;
  • Our skilled and innovative producers; and
  • Our world class agricultural research and development facilities.

Saskatchewan is the world's leading exporter of:

  • dry peas,
  • lentils,
  • flax seed,
  • durum,
  • mustard seed,
  • canola seed,
  • canola oil,
  • canola meal,
  • canary seed, and
  • oats.

Saskatchewan is centrally located and connected to world logistics systems that allow Saskatchewan products to be exported worldwide.

Saskatchewan is a place full of opportunity, where co-operation, innovation and achievement are a way of life. We welcome new investment initiatives, and look forward to forging new mutually beneficial business relationships.

The Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership's Member Directory and Buyer's Guide provides a listing of agricultural exporters in Saskatchewan.

The Saskatchewan Advantage:

  • A commitment to growth
  • Unmatched agricultural potential
  • World-class investment opportunities
  • Industry-leading research facilities

International Marketing

Saskatchewan is a highly cultivated land of unmatched agricultural potential and of world-class investment opportunities.

See for yourself the bounty that our province has to offer by watching this video.

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